A bus transporting a youth marching band from Wyoming to a national competition crashed and ended up on its side in western Iowa on Monday. (Photo Courtesy of The Des Moines Register)
MINDEN, Iowa (AP) - A bus transporting a youth marching band from Wyoming to a national competition in Indiana crashed and ended up on its side in western Iowa, leaving more than three dozen people injured.
Sheridan City Council to Receive Update on Cablevision FCC Filing
The Sheridan City Council tonight will receive an update on a recent filing by Cablevision with the Federal Communications Commission. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says the issue was brought forth by the sale of Bresnan Communications.
Wyoming has a 40-cents-per gallon tax subsidy on ethanol produced, with little benefit to the state.
Representative Mike Madden, along with Representative John Botten, were guests last week on Public Pulse. Among the topics discussed was the issue of taxes in Wyoming being used to subsidize Ethanol development.
The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is issuing a scam alert to their members and all merchants in the area. Fraudulent emails and calls have been targeting merchants claiming to be from NACHA, the electronic payments association, wanting information about the business.
For rodeo fans or fans of Chris LeDoux, Kaycee will be the place to be on Saturday, June 18th. Rodeo action, music, and of course, a celebration of LeDoux's life will draw hundreds of fans to the tiny southern Johnson County town.
Four year-old Isaiah Castenada of Gillette fishing at the Kleenburn Recreation Area.
Residents and nonresidents alike, took to the waters Saturday for a free day of fishing. It’s a day set aside where fishermen of any age can cast their line in Wyoming’s waters without a license except in Yellowstone Park or the Wind River Indian Reservation.